here), I knew I had to own it. Of course, I had no idea what I would do it it. It would make a great tote bag or a cover for your Kindle, or lots of things like that... but I decided to make a cover for my sewing machine.
Yes, I realize there is nothing that screams 'sewing room' about this fabric, but it's my sewing room & craft room, and I can do what ever I want to.
Yes, my sewing machine is old. As old as I am. But it works pretty well, and until I can actually justify getting a new one, I may as well treat this one nicely.
I used a tutorial by the Crafty Gemini (here). Except for the fact I hate using iron-on fleece, it turned out cute. I really wanted to add a row of yellow pompom fringe to the bottom, but the only fringe I found was being sold on clearance by the bolt. I really, really didn't need $9 and 10 yards of yellow pompom fringe.